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Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums
 
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You may register for CNYC events by calling (212) 496-7400, or by sending e-mail to workshops@cnyc.coop. For CNYC events requiring payment, please mail a check for the appropriate amount to: CNYC, 850 7th Avenue, Suite 1103, New York, NY 10019-5230. Please make checks payable to the Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums.

The list below also includes non-CNYC events. Please see the indiviudual descriptions in each of these events, where you will find information and links for registration. Please do not contact CNYC regarding non-CNYC events.


 

 


THE PLAGUE OF LEAKS -- CAN INSURANCE PROVIDE RELIEF?
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
6:00 PM
Zoom details to be provided

Essential roof repairs are under way on your condominium when a torrential storm occurs. The contractor has improperly protected ongoing work, and water damage occurs in several apartments and common areas. Or the hose comes loose on a dishwasher on the third floor creating water damage in the apartment below as well as the commercial space? How does the board proceed? What insurance should be invoked? Attorney Stephen Lasser and insurance expert Edward Mackoul will help you delve issues like these and will answer the questions that you raise about leaks in New York cooperatives and condominiums . There is no fee for CNYC members and subscribers or for sister organizations to attend this class but advance registration is required. Non-affiliates are welcome at a fee of $50. Register online at workshops@CNYC.coop, where credit card payment is accepted.

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DISCUSSION GROUP for SMALL COOPERATIVES and CONDOMINIUMS
Tuesday January 17, 2023
6:00 PM
Zoom details to be announced

Small buildings (25 units and fewer) face most of the same issues that larger building have to cope with, but they have a much smaller resource of shareholders or unit owners to take on all necessary tasks and to make difficult decisions. Rebecca Poole, CNYC’s Director of Membership and Communications, has a background in property management and a history of providing educational programs to help small, self-managed buildings understand and meet their responsibilities. At the request of members in small buildings, this Discussion Group now meets regularly to examine topics raised by the participants. Board members, share holders and unit owners in small cooperatives are encouraged to attend when their schedules permit. There is no fee for representatives of CNYC members and subscribers to attend. Others are welcome at a fee of $50. Advance reservation is required for each Discussion Group meeting. Register online at workshops@CNYC.coop or by calling the CNYC office at 212 496-7400.

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ACTION COMMITTEE FOR REASONABLE REAL ESTATE TAXES
Wednesday, February 15, 2023
6 PM
Zoom details to be provided

The Action Committee for Reasonable Real Estate Taxes has worked since 1990 for property tax fairness in New York City. It has helped bring awareness of disparities in the City’s tax structure and has helped implement and extend the abatement program for condo and co-op homeowners. The abatement program will now sunset on June 30, 2023. CNYC will push for a long extender of the program to enable the Adams Administration to move forward with property tax reform. Your help will be enlisted to help ensure that the program is extended. We will also look at the new tentative assessments for Fiscal 2024, which are published on January 15th and will remind attendees of the procedure for protesting increases. There is no fee to attend Action Committee meetings but advance registration is required. Please make sure that your cooperative or condominium is represented. Register online at workshops@cnyc.coop.

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CONDUCTING YOUR ANNUAL MEETING: LESSONS FROM THE PANDEMIC
Wednesday, February 22, 2023
6:00 PM
Zoom details to be provided

How have the protocols of shareholder/unit owner meetings, including elections, been affected by the Covid pandemic and by recent legislation? Attorney Phyllis Weisberg will cite specific examples as she examines these issues, explains the impact of recent legislation, and advises how boards can overcome challenges ranging from quorum verification to candidate recruitment to participation during the meeting. There is no fee for representatives of CNYC members and subscribers to attend. Other are welcome at a fee of $75. Advance registration is required. Register online at workshops@CNYC.coop or call the CNYC office at 212 496-7400. Application has been made for Continuing Legal Education credit for attorneys taking this class.

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DISCUSSION GROUP for SMALL COOPERATIVES and CONDOMINIUMS
Tuesday February 28, 2023
6:00 PM
Zoom details to be announced

Small buildings (25 units and fewer) face most of the same issues that larger building have to cope with, but they have a much smaller resource of shareholders or unit owners to take on all necessary tasks and to make difficult decisions. Rebecca Poole, CNYC’s Director of Membership and Communications, has a background in property management and a history of providing educational programs to help small, self-managed buildings understand and meet their responsibilities. At the request of members in small buildings, this Discussion Group now meets regularly to examine topics raised by the participants. Board members, share holders and unit owners in small cooperatives are encouraged to attend when their schedules permit. There is no fee for representatives of CNYC members and subscribers to attend. Others are welcome at a fee of $50. Advance reservation is required for each Discussion Group meeting. Register online at workshops@CNYC.coop or call the CNYC office at 212 496-7400.

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INTRODUCTION TO COOP BOARD RESPONSIBILITIES
Thursdays, March 2 and 9, 2023
6:00 PM
Zoom details to be announced

In this 2-session class, attorney Marc Luxemburg and property manager Gregory Carlson examine all aspects of operating cooperatives. The class is limited to board members of housing cooperatives. It is jointly sponsored by CNYC, the Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives and Condominiums and the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives, each of whose members attend at the member rate. Advance registration is required. The cost is $125 per person if your cooperative is a member of CNYC; FNYHC, ARC; $200 for non- members. Reserve online @ www.CNYC.coop, where credit card payment is accepted. Checks must be received by CNYC at 850 7th Avenue, Suite 1103, NYC 10019 prior to the first class.

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